Lammhults launches three flexible seating collections
Promotion: Swedish furniture brand Lammhults has collaborated with Scandinavian designers to launch three seating ranges made from resource-efficient materials that can be separated and recycled at the end of their lifespan.
The three collections include a series of stools, an office chair collection and a modular lounge chair range, and are designed to save space for modern, flexible lifestyles.
"Our design philosophy can be summed up with two words: space matters," said Lammhults.
"So, it's no coincidence that this year's new products from Lammhults have been designed with careful attention paid to space and surroundings."
For the office chair collection, Copenhagen-based designers Johannes Foersom and Peter Hiort-Lorenzen created the Atlas Air, which comes with a mesh seat or a quilted cushion in a fabric or leather option. All of its components are separable to facilitate repair, maintenance and recycling.
Each chair is made from a recycled aluminium frame and according to Lammhults, the material options make the design lightweight and environmentally friendly.
"A cast, recycled aluminium frame reduces the seat's weight and environmental footprint and the seat is made of wear-resistant mesh, which contributes to the chair's slender, lightweight appearance," said the brand.
For the lounge chair collection Gunilla Allard and Note Design Studio designers, Kristoffer Fagerström and Joel Fjällström have updated Sunny, a modernist lounge chair by adding a side table.
The plush chair has a u-shaped foot base which means it can be combined with additional Sunny chairs in a variety of seating configurations. It is available with or without armrests and customers can choose whether to add castors.
This same u-shaped base can connect to the table leg, creating a conjoined table and seat product.
The final range in Lammhults' collection is a series of stools and barstools by Stockholm-based designer Anya Sebton.
Called A22, the seats are made entirely from steel, with the leg frame consisting of curved steel tubes in three different diameters.
This same tubular steel frame runs around the back edge of the seat, creating an integrated handle so that users can easily carry and move the stool. In addition, an add-on cushion is designed to wrap the seat surface like a scarf.
A22 stools can easily be stacked on top of each other, creating additional space when they are not in use.
To view more about the seating collections visit Lammhults' website.
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